Media

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Videos

Transforming Landscapes

AGROMIX - Transforming Landscapes through mixed farming and agroforestry

Latest videos

Agroforestry in Sardinia (Italy)

AGROMIX #AskAScientist Q&A Session

Meet Lizelore Vos, experimenting with plant rotation and intercropping for biodiverse agriculture

Agroforestry in Switzerland

Rineke Dijkinga – developing new and healthy food products with agroforestry

Dirk van Apeldoorn explains WUR agroforestry experiment in Lelystad (NL)

Co-designing methods for sustainable and resilient food systems

Father and son share their story and aspirations of establishing a food forest in the Netherlands

Piet Hermus - agroforestry to encourage social dialogue

AGROMIX | Agroforestry in Switzerland

Rineke Dijkinga – developing new and healthy food products with agroforestry

Dirk van Apeldoorn explains WUR agroforestry experiment in Lelystad (NL)

AGROMIX | Co-design methods workshop for sustainable and resilient food systems

Piet Hermus - agroforestry to encourage social dialogue

Father and son share their story and aspirations of establishing a food forest in the Netherlands.

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In the Press

Find below a collection of media outlets featuring coverage of the AGROMIX project

Il 19 settembre Arpav partecipa alla prima giornata di “Esperienze di fertilità del suolo e analisi dei terreni”, un’iniziativa formativa organizzata da Veneto Agricoltura nell’ambito del progetto AGROMIX. Il seminario è rivolto ai consulenti del settore agricolo che operano o intendono operare nella Misura 2 del Piano di Sviluppo Rurale “Servizi di consulenza, di sostituzione e di assistenza alla gestione delle aziende agricole”.

La giornata si focalizza sulle caratteristiche dei suoli in funzione della loro storia pedologica, sulla loro valutazione e valorizzazione agronomica, sull’interpretazione e utilizzo dei dati analitici e dell’indice di qualità biologica del suolo (QBS-ar). È prevista anche una parte pratica in campo con la descrizione di un profilo di suolo. La giornata è ospitata dall’azienda agricola “Al Confin” di Camisano Vicentino (Vi).

Il progetto AGROMIX, in cui il seminario rientra, riunisce agricoltori, ricercatori e responsabili politici per esplorare soluzioni agro-ecologiche per un uso più resiliente del suolo in Europa, attraverso lo sviluppo di pratiche rigenerative.

Il programma dettagliato su Veneto Agricoltura: https://bit.ly/3Q56Lxn

Mixed agriculture and agroforestry could help the transition to more climate-proof ways of farming. But how can farmers implement this effectively? Researchers at Wageningen University & Research and their European colleagues are letting farmers all over Europe experiment with climate-smart combinations of livestock, trees and crops.

International climate change action is increasing, but policy-makers have yet to address a core challenge: land use. Agriculture is a leading cause of greenhouse gas emissions, and with increasing food insecurity and a rapidly growing global population, our response to these challenges must begin in the field. This is the inspiration behind the AGROMIX project – Agroforestry (AGRO-) and mixed farming (-MIX) – which has the ambition of ‘transforming landscapes’ by delivering new research on how these land use systems work, designing models for farmers to implement these practices, and offering policy recommendations for decision makers to support these practices. How will this four-year pan-European project achieve its ambitious goals, whilst using socially-innovative and high-tech participatory approaches?

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Dr. Sara Burbi - Centre for Agroecology, Water and Resilience - Coventry University, Ryton Gardens Campus, CV8 LG, UK
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